Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Roseland on 2001-04-30
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Pride of Cucamonga,
Wharf Rat >
Feelin' Groovy Jam >
St. Stephen >
Good Times, Bad Times Tease >
St. Stephen >
Night of 1000 Stars,
Lady With a Fan >
The Eleven >
Stella Blue >
Box of Rain
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|Pride Of Cucamonga >|
|Wharf Rat >|
|Friend Of The Devil >|
|Saint Stephen >|
|Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion|
|Bird Song >|
|Night Of 1000 Stars|
|Terrapin Station >|
|Help On The Way >|
|The Eleven >|
|Stella Blue >|
|Box Of Rain|
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- 2005-04-06 09:52:09
- New York City, New York
'The Q' was indeed aweso9me..
As the reviewer below states, 'Good Times Bad Times' was improved. Phil turned and looked at Warren: "WTF?" ~ lol...too funny.
They really did not continue doing it on the rest of the tiour as this was the last night of the tour, but the next time back in New York, at Jones Beach on 7/26/01, they did a longer St Stephen > GTBT > St Stephen that was certainly reheared. And at 17 minutes, is certainly the greatest St Stephen EVER (GD or otherwise) Check it.
Also, I'd like to add to the comment from the first reviwer who says it's not the Dead.
No, it's not.
You didn't have to sit there through 10-12 often boring stand alone songs before hallway through the second set for the jamming to begin: P&F gave it to you from start to finish with TWO world class guitarists who weren't jonesed out on heroin for the last decade.
And playing all the great stuff Jerry wouldn't bother playing any longer.
Subject: words will do no justice but....
jamming/enegry level/peaks: literally epic
those of you who DL'd this show know exactly why. any phil head who doesn't have this show is lost without it. EVERYTHING is amazing... i can't even mention peaks or highlites because it's perpetual in just about every single goddamn jam. i was close enough to tap on the stage and felt like someone had spiked my drink with methadone it felt so good seeing them.
interesting fact: the st. stephen>good times bad times was completely improv and phil, rob, and john's faces were grinning from ear to ear when warren and jimmy went with it. they turned this st stephen>gtbt into a regular thing for a while that tour because of that moment.
the help>slip>franklin's tower is the best i've ever heard.
soulshine: i don't even like this song but herring and haynes trickle in and out in a cooperative battle of beautiful sounds.
this is an absolute must for anyone with ears.
Subject: my god the setlist
Subject: Great show, great recording!
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